Oscar has had another man fitted with bionic limbs but he becomes power hungry and wants to be even stronger, then heads out to destroy bionic blueprints and Steve must stop him.



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Steve Austin is surprised to learn that Oscar and Rudy have made a second cyborg out former racing driver Barney Miller, who has had all four of his limbs replaced with bionics. When asked to accompany Barney on his first O.S.I. mission, Austin realizes Miller has a tendency to misuse his new found powers. On top of that, Barney is having considerable trouble adjusting to being part machine. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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1 November 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Monte Markham was Martin Caidin's first choice to play Steve Austin See more »


The audiotapes that are being used in the cassette recorder are pre-labelled with another program, so they are obviously pre-recorded tapes, not blank tapes that would be used for making new recordings. See more »


Oscar Goldman: You know, pal. I never did realize how special you are. You really are one of a kind. I mean it. I'm not talking about my cyborg plans or Rudy's technology. I guess what I'm trying to say is... it's the kind of man that you are.
Col. Steve Austin: You know what, Oscar? That's - that's very flattering. How 'bout a raise?
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Featured in The Six Million Dollar Man: The Bionic Criminal (1975) See more »

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26 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Steve Austin(Lee Majors) is surprised to learn about a second bionic man named Barney Miller(played by Monte Markham) who was a former race car driver badly injured in a crack-up, and used as the subject of the same operation, only he has four bionic limbs, not three, and cost seven million dollars, not six! Still, Steve proves to be truly special when Barney can't psychologically adjust to his new condition, becoming overly violent and aggressive, requiring Steve to stop him before he does real harm... Intriguing episode with a fine performance from Markham, though it strangely introduces another character(named Carla) as one of Steve's original nurses, instead of bringing back Jean Manners(played by Barbara Anderson)!?

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